May 1976
New Republic;5/22/76, Vol. 174 Issue 21, p3
The article discusses the 1976 race for United States president, focusing on the Democratic candidates. Senator Jimmy Carter of Georgia lost a primary in Nebraska to candidate Frank Church. Jerry Brown, another Democratic candidate, was expected to do well in the Maryland primary. Difficulties with Federal Elections Commission matching funds are also discussed.


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